Discovery Essay Topics

The Discovery Telomerase

The linear chromosomes of eukaryotes are more complex than the circular chromosomes of the bacteria. Due to the biochemical properties of DNA polymerases, the replication of the eukaryotic chromosomes poses a special problem: the maintenance of the length of the linear chromosomes. However, it was discovered that a unique enzyme complex appears to play a… View Article

Who Never Made A Mistake Never Made A Discovery

“He who never made a mistake never made a discovery”- is a quote by Samuel Smiles. Everyone has made a discovery at least once in their lives whether it has been unintentional or made through curiosity it can be a key aspect of transforming an individual in some way. I am here to inform you… View Article

Discovery-motorcycle diaries

Discoveries can be made in numerous ways by individuals. They also can be stimulated by certain events, feelings or even experiences. Due to these discoveries they can also have a significant impact – positively and negatively on an individuals’ wellbeing. _”THE MOTORCYCLE DIARIES”_ , written by Ernesto Che Guevara is a collection of memoirs that… View Article

The Three Kinds of People

While it is difficult to generalize about human beings and human behavior to the point of forming rules, it is sometimes possible. One rule that seems to apply universally is that there are three types of people. There are those who make things happen, those who watch things happen, and those who wonder what happened…. View Article

Marco Polo’s Influence on Christopher Columbus

Marco Polo’s Travels formulated in Europe of the fourteenth and fifteenth century a new perception of the Eastern world, a world just as advanced and sophisticated as that of the West. Yet, another two centuries were needed for a significant change to take place; this was Christopher Columbus’ voyage. For Christopher Columbus, Marco Polo’s travelogue… View Article

Christopher Columbus good or evil

Christopher Columbus was one of the greatest sailors and explores of all time. In 1492 he discovered a “new world” and linked Europe to the Americas. His discoveries enlarged the world and began a new age of exploration, therefore changing the history of the world. His Columbian Exchange was the foundation of the future world… View Article

The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind

Kamkwamba was born in a family of relative poverty and relied primarily on farming to survive. According to his biography, The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, his father had been a rough fighting man who changed after discovering the Christian God. A crippling famine forced Kamkwamba to drop out of school, and he was not… View Article

Cracking the whip at wyeth

When Robert R. Ruffolo Jr. signed on at Wyeth (WYE) in 2000, his mandate was simple: shake up the drugmaker’s mediocre research-and-development operation. He has certainly succeeded. One of Ruffolo’s first moves as executive vice-president for R&D was conducting a top-to-bottom review of Wyeth’s pipeline. With the date of the meeting looming, Wyeth researcher Steven… View Article

Reaction Paper

It was not my first time to go in an exhibit but it is my first time to see an exhibit that has full of inventions, products and some species. When our teacher told us about the upcoming trip to CSU Carig she told us to see and observe all the inventions over there, I… View Article

Macbeth vs. Holden Caulfield

The longest journey, is the journey of self discovery. To discover ones self, a person must confront things they would rather not and be truthful to themselves. Both characters, Macbeth from William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Macbeth, and Holden from J.D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye, embarked on a inward journey of self discovery.Through… View Article

Pharmaceutical Industry Analysis in Bangladesh

Patent medicines are the products that are invented by the company, who have their own research team working on their own laboratories. These products are patented for many years to enjoy the monopoly market. After years of business the formulation is sold in the market so that others can go into mass production. Generic medicines… View Article